Fly Finnair to Asia
Finnair, the short northern route between Europe and Asia
Over the past few years, Finnair has developed into an important player in air traffic between Europe and Asia. Helsinki is on the geographically shortest route between Europe and Asia. When flying via Helsinki, you’ll enjoy the compact and uncrowded Helsinki Airport, where all the gates and services are located under one roof, in one terminal building. Designed especially for transferring between Asian and European flights, it’s regularly rated as an efficient airport. Flying via Helsinki means you can spend less time waiting for flights and more time at your destination.
Finnair connects more than 100 cities in Europe with eighteen Asian destinations: Bangkok, Beijing, Chongqing, Delhi, Fukuoka, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Krabi, Nagoya, Nanjing, Osaka, Phuket, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo and Xi’an. As of December 2019, Finnair will add a nineteenth destination in Asia: Sapporo in Japan.
A modern and eco-friendly fleet
The Finnair fleet consists of more than 80 aircraft, most of which are Airbuses. The fleet is one of the most modern in Europe, which means less fuel consumption and lower CO2 emissions. More than half the long-haul fleet consists of modern Airbus A350s. The A350 has an extra-wide cabin with low noise levels, large panoramic-view windows, a state-of-the-art air filtration system that circulates fresh air during the flight, and ambient lighting inspired by the Northern Lights. All Finnair long-haul flights are equipped with Wi-Fi for greater passenger enjoyment and connectivity.
The Airbus A350 aircraft have full-flat bed seats in Business Class, with direct aisle access, and are equipped with 16” multi-touch screens (with modern Nordic Sky entertainment systems) and in-seat power plugs. The catering is of high quality: the menus are specially made for Finnair by Finnish top-chefs and include prize-winning wines. All meals are served on table linen and crockery from the famous Finnish Marimekko design house.
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